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    without buying anything to expensive , is there anyway to measure the volume of a cylinder head ? (in my case a k1100)

    cheers
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    Head on or off Matt ?

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    • #3
      off mate .
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      • #4
        tired looking for the standard for a k1100 head , but cant find it
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        • #5
          Have a look at my build thread.

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          • #6
            Perspex, drill, burette etc to calc cc in the chamber, then a case of calculating any cc dish in pistons + ring land area I think. Pretty sure the info will be in Vizard's bible or on internet.
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            • #7
              I take it you want to work out the volume of each compression chamber in the cylinder head, if you have the valves fitted could you not just pour in a measured amount of water into each of the chambers?

              Gavin

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